Boeing 747-400FGo back
Boeing’s cargo version of the 747-400 retains the updated avionics and wing structure of its passenger counterpart, the upper deck is shorter and there are no windows other than in the cockpit. The -400F is equipped with a nose-loading door, whereby the entire nose swings upwards allowing cargo to be loaded from the front as well as from the side.
The 747-400F first entered service in 1993 with European operator, Cargolux, with the last model delivered to ANA Cargo in 2008.
Primary operators of the 747-400F include Air Bridge Cargo, Polar Air Cargo, and Atlas Air.
|Fuselage Length (m)||70.7|
|Tail Height (m)||19.4|
|Max Take Off Weight (lb)||875,000|
|Max Range (nm)||4,445 NM|
|Max Operation Mach No||0.92|
|Engine Models||PW 4062, GE CF6-80C2B5F, RR RB211-524H|
|Primary Operators||Air Bridge Cargo, Polar Air Cargo, Atlas Air|